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In his first year in office, Gov. Dannel Malloy spent all or part of 70 days outside Connecticut’s borders. State records show he made 38 different trips that required him to notify Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman that she would serve as acting chief...
A cool $1.5 million a year. That's what the Motion Picture Association of America is reportedly paying Connecticut's formerU.S. Sen. Chris Doddto slide an anti-Internet-piracy bill through Congress. His insider knowledge, his old-fashioned liberal...
The Hartford CourantPaul Pasqualoni, who graduated from Cheshire High School and coached at Western Connecticut State University, is coming home. He will be named UConn football coach Friday at a 12:30 p.m. press conference in Storrs. Pasqualoni, 61, will replace Randy...
The Hartford CourantOK, it has been awhile. And yes they had to dig deep — DEEP — into the photo archives to find this mug. Make no mistake though, "Stanta" is back! Yes, by popular demand. (That's what I told the op-ed folks anyway.) You remember the routine....
The boom box may be an artifact of yesteryear, but online radio is alive and kicking. Across the board, college radio stations in Connecticut are streaming their broadcasts online. That includes stations rated the best by Advocate readers this May:...
Anna Liffeys, 17 Whitney Ave., 203-773-1776, annaliffeys.com. An Irish pub that serves great food, and has recently expanded its live music offerings. Bank Street Café, 637 Bank St., New London, 860-444-1444. New London-area rock ‘n’ roll,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Fine Arts, Arts, Concerts, Broadway Theater
Note: Due to space limitations, only the major theaters and companies in the Advocate’s coverage area are mentioned here. Throughout the year, the Advocate regularly lists theaters from all around the state. Alliance Theater, 203-435-4651,...
Ernesto Zedillo is facing a lawsuit in Hartford federal court for a massacre that occurred in a remote village while he was in office. Zedillo, who is now a Yale professor and director of the Center for the Study of Globalization, says he had nothing to...
The Hartford Courant"The death penalty is not dreaded so much for the pain consequent on its infliction, as for the realities of the future into which the disembodied spirit is suddenly ushered. …Therefore let the death penalty, when demanded by the stern voice of...
Despite recent steps by the federal government to open the armed forces to gays and lesbians, veterans with same-sex spouses cannot receive benefits for their husbands and wives. That disparity is the subject of a lawsuit filed in Washington D.C.'s Court...
The killer shall be killed — so said the jury in the Cheshire home invasion murder case. Steven Hayes, one of the two men accused of entering the home of the William Petit Jr. family on that July night in 2007, will join 10 other men on...
Tags: Murder, NAACP, Punishment, Death Penalty, Cheshire
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